Poole lies on the south coast of England in the beautiful county of Dorset and unites with Bournemouth to form one of the UK's most popular tourist destinations. The area encourages a range of visitors to its shores thanks to the diverse activities and historic and modern sites to be seen. The tourists are well provided for by the Poole Guest Houses who's aim are to allow the best and most comfortable stay possible for every guest. Poole is wonderfully positioned with easy access from most major cities in the UK including Bristol, Bath, Portsmouth and London which lies only a mere 100 miles away.
The first recorded use of the town's name was in 12th century but Poole dates back to before the Iron Age making this area a real treat to explore and meander through its ancient lands. During these times the town's port began to prosper from the buzzing wool trade encouraging investment and growth in land. Important trade links with North America in 18th century really catapulted this sleepy town in to the record books becoming one of Britain's busiest ports. In the 19th century the town became a part of history as it was granted to be one of the main departing points for the D-Day landings during Second World War in Normandy.
The ports both act as industrial and leisure ports where swanky boats and luxury cruisers lay in the still waters during the week yet at the weekend the locals utilize these beautiful pieces of machinery to entertain themselves. Water activity centres offer visitors the chance to glide across the tranquil water on ski's, tubes and wakeboards for the more experienced, if more leisurely activity is preferred then perhaps fishing aboard one of the many charters would suit. The Poole Guest Houses may organise any of the activities by the friendly and attentive front desk that is also able to reserve dinner reservations, travel plans and tours to allow the most convenient and hassle free vacation.
The Poole guest houses present wonderful restaurants each performing to the highest standard night after night. An intimate and quaint setting is provided for every diner who is able to select one of the many scrumptious dishes each described beautifully through a select menu. Drawing rooms and sitting rooms offer respite at the end of the day and honesty bars whilst continental buffet breakfast and traditional full cooked English breakfast greet the day.
A wide range of accommodations are on offer to the visitor from single, twin, double and family suites. These fully equipped rooms are complete with large flat screen televisions, DVD players, ceiling fans, powerful heaters allowing the most comfortable sleep possible and tea and coffee making facilities.
The comfy and large beds in Poole guest houses are dressed in high cotton count linen offering the guest a choice of soft, medium and hard pillows, a welcome chocolate is found on these lavish pillows. Large windows greet the guest in their suites which present fantastic views across the surrounding lands and peaceful waters. En suite bathrooms are located in every suite showcasing deep baths, walk in power showers complete by a range of sumptuous complementary wash products including creams and salts, large and medium super soft towels await every bather. Complementary slippers and spongy dressing gowns lay on the bed ready for early evening. Even the most discerning traveller whether on business or pleasure is ensured the most pleasurable stay as every minute of your trip is made luxurious whilst at Poole guest houses.
Poole Guest Houses